Spurs Tender Qualifying Offer To Davis Bertans

The Spurs have issued a qualifying offer to Davis Bertans, making him a restricted free agent, a source tells Emiliano Carchia of Sportando. Bertans, who was on a minimum-salary contract, will have a QO worth approximately $1.7MM.

Bertans, 25, played regular minutes for the Spurs in 2017/18, averaging 5.9 PPG and 2.0 RPG with a .440/.373/.816 shooting line in 77 games (14.1 MPG). A 6’10” power forward, Bertans is capable of guarding frontcourt players while also stretching the floor (1.2 threes per game).

Unless Bertans receives an aggressive offer from a rival suitor, he appears to be a good bet to remain in San Antonio. He could choose to accept his one-year qualifying offer, but it’s more likely that he and the Spurs will negotiate a new contract.

Bertans is one of three Spurs eligible for restricted free agency this summer. The team also figures to tender qualifying offers to Kyle Anderson and Bryn Forbes before Saturday’s deadline.

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2 thoughts on “Spurs Tender Qualifying Offer To Davis Bertans

  1. I really like his game and wish they’d play him more – tough nosed defender, fierce competitor and can take it to the rim as well as stroke the 3 – him, LA and Kyle make a nice combination in the front court. I think they signed him as Red Rocket 2.0, but he has much more to his game than the sandwich man

  2. Like him too, at that sort of low price he is a very good player to have around, & hopefully they’ll play him more.

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